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.NET

  1. Insert xml string into XmlDocument
  2. Thou Shalt not Iterate! : Part 1 — LINQ as we all know provides intrinsic data querying capabilities to the framework languages supporting LINQ. Going forward its an obvious way to code clean, and with growing number of LINQ providers (LINQ to SQL, LINQ to Entities, LINQ to XML, LINQ for Maps, and not to forget DryadLinq and pLinq for us Cloudy folks’ Parallel Computing needs, and so on) it looks to be the de facto standard for querying within dotnet framework languages...
  3. How to implement paging with LINQ — With large amounts of data, it is not a good practice to pull all records from database when you are showing a fraction of them in one page. It is always recommended to use data on demand approach...
  4. LINQ to XML Part 1 - XAttribute Class — In this article, I will give explanation on XAttribute class. This class is used to construct Attributes in XML Elements. After completing this article, you will learn the purpose of XAttribute class and how to use it in LINQ to SQL...
  5. LINQ to XML Part 4: Different way of Parsing string to create XML tree — In this article, I will show different way of parsing string to create XML tree using LINQ to XML...
  6. LINQ to XML Part 5: Catching Parsing Exceptions — This is a very high level article which will explain; how to handle exception in parsing XML using LINQ to XML...

Web

  1. Pre-populate a textbox using jQuery — I have a form which contains a textbox. This textbox should be populated with a query string value. Users should not be able to edit the value of the textbox while adding the item...
  2. 50+ CSS Techniques Designers Should Know — CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is just an important part of Web Designing. Without CSS, Websites can look untidy as it used to happen before. Designers can alter images, graphics, shading, spacing and other design elements. It can provide the designers with number of new styles to design a website. It can make the user to have complete control over the appearance of the website. It is most useful to those people who have their business online or those who are expanding from offline to online. Even as a part of Marketing...
  3. Drag and Drop table rows between tables with JQuery UI — I needed to create a web page that let the user assign one item of a grid to a target by dragging the item and dropping it on a row on a different grid. I immediately thought about using JQuery UI draggables and droppables but it didn’t work as expected...
  4. 101 on jQuery Selector Performance — Last week I analyzed a web page that spent 4.8 seconds in the onLoad event handler of a custom script file. It turned out that 2.8 seconds were consumed by applying a dynamic menu library (will blog about this one separately)...
  5. Create a .NET Web Service from WSDL file --> Reverse Engineering — While developing BizTalk or ESB solutions you develop with a given WSDL file, you create schemas, maps, itineraries, orchestrations and other Biztalk artifacts and your solution is ready to be tested. Now you don’t have the actual Web Service endpoint so what are the easiest and quickest options...
  6. WCF Data Services and jQuery — I'd recently been asked by Chris Sells to help him with a simple WCF Data Services/jQuery example so I thought I'd share it via my blog as well. The basic idea is to use jQuery's AJAX functionality to retrieve JSON instead of the usual OData and consume it on a web page...
  7. Three new navigation design patterns — Over the past few months I conducted an audit of the patterns in Yahoo!’s internal design pattern library, with an eye toward publishing as many of them as possible in the open library at YDN...
  8. jqBarGraph – display data as graphs jQuery plugin — jqBarGraph is jQuery plugin that gives you freedom to easily display your data as graphs. There are three types of graphs: simple, multi and stacked. All you have to do is to pass your data to this plugin. This plugin is compatible and fully tested with Safari 2+, Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Google Chrome 3+, Opera 9+...

Visual Studio

  1. XAML Power toys add-in for VS2010 — If you have been using XAML Power toys addin in VS2008, you would be happy to know that Karl has now got it ready for VS2010..Its got some nifty features like the ViewModel creator which automates the VM creation...
  2. Visual Studio 2010 Tip: Scroll to Zoom — Just accidentally discovered a nifty shortcut to quickly increase the text size in the Visual Studio 2010 code editor…just hold down Ctrl, and use the mouse scroll wheel to quickly increase or decrease...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Is your computer running slow, battery running out quickly? — If your computer is running hot or battery running out quickly then it is most likely due to some application or process consuming high CPU or memory. If you keep running applications for a long time, for example, Outlook, then it continues to grow in memory consumption and does not free up memory efficiently...
  2. Notepad++ Subversion Plugin — Lately I've been doing a lot of work with Notepad++ and Subversion, however I was surprised to find that there are no plugins available that integrate the two. At least, no plugins Google could easily find for me. Due to the nature of my project, a lot of commits are required, and I was wasting a lot of time switching between Notepad++ and Windows Explorer in order to commit...
  3. The 50000 feet view and Dependency Injection — One criticism of Dependency Injection is the supposed unnecessary abstraction over collaborators that it is imposed by the constructor and setter injection techniques. Writing...
  4. Be a Better Developer 4.5 – Being a Plumber - Tips — So, have you decided if you should be a plumber or not? Previously I said that I agree that “Don’t be a Plumber” is very sound advice, but I think there are times when you will just have to play that role as a developer...



Дата публикации: 28.02.2010 20:04

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web